|Library Staff Resources
This section links you to resources and information for library media specialists and other library support personnel in Ohio's K-12 community. Special emphasis is placed on resources to support INFOhio's five components.
Choose to Read Ohio spotlights Ohio authors and promotes reading across the state. The program is sponsored by the State Library of Ohio, in partnership with the Ohioana Library Association. Using Choose to Read Ohio in School: A Tipsheet for K-12 Educators includes information about available toolkits, Ohio Academic Content Standards, 21st century skills and standards, suggested activities and this year's book lists. [PDF 6 pgs]
Copyright in Education
- Collects a range of websites and documents. Resources are organized in
sections of general, teacher/librarian, student and administrator interest.
INFOhio Citation Guide, by Joanna McNally, Librarian, South Euclid-Lyndhurst City Schools, January 2010. A guide for students preparing Works Cited or Bibliography pages; includes tips to cite INFOhio's Core Collection of Electronic Resources and other print and non-print materials. [MS Word OR PDF 2 pgs]
INFOhio's 21st Century Learning Commons - A place to learn and share 21st century teaching and learning resources and practice ideas. Includes 21 Essential Things, a series of self-directed tutorials for Ohio educators to explore and engage in second generation Internet technologies (Web 2.0, such as social networking, wikis, video, podcasting and gaming sites) that are bringing students in touch with the world.
INFOhio's Toolkit provides educators and parents with the supplies and resources needed to get the school year off to a great start and to ensure continued success throughout the year Use the Toolkit to help understand and promote the use of INFOhio's Core Collection of Electronic Resources.
Ohio Guidelines for Effective School Library Media Programs - Links to Library Guidelines and other resources that are part of Ohio Department of Education's standards-based approach to school library programs.
Toolkit for Promoting INFOhio Resources to Parents - Compiled for school library staff outreach efforts to parents. Parents are welcome to visit this information, as well.
Transition From High School to College
Share your INFOhio Electronic Resources support materials. INFOhio welcomes materials from users which support the use and integration of the Electronic Resources available through INFOhio to students and educators across the state. Use our online submission form to begin the peer-review process.
|Last Updated on August 2, 2011||